Who would have thought?- Babaluku calls Sylvester and Abramz the wackiest emcees EVER
Last weekend Babaluku aka SIlas Balabyekkubo was hosted on Touch Fm’s Hip Hop show by @SoSevere [every Saturday from 6-8pm] and well he had plenty to say (for lack of a better word) , from a comment on Who killed HipHop?, and the issues of the alledged beef on Sylvester and Abramz and then to Chimey.
And not to forget The 15th Annual hiphop Summit is here again slated for 26 Dec at at Sabrinas Pub.
The talk stemed from Abramz’s Twakugudemu which he made fun of and technically called him chicken. For a long time we were (infact still) wondering who the song by Abramz was addressed to, but with Babaluku’s response you would think it was addressed to him. In his opinion he said for a good Diss-song, you need to address a name to it and he maintained that Twakugudemu is subliminal but still unclear as a diss song.
Is Mr Silas saying Abramz is a coward on the mic?
I am no charity Joint, … dude is chicken…am not callin him out i just wanna let him know
Its is interesting how he says, to prove he is good at his mic game he would face Abramz and his whole team. “Five of his guys” Give him his beats as Abrams does the same and they do new albums on the other persons beats.
Part one of the interview Below;
NOTE:Part one was centered around issues that are not much connected to the remarks he made about the artists in question. Like rapping in native languages and his thoughts on who killed hip hop
You want a bit of challenge i give you all my beats and give me all your beats and lets create a new album give it out to the kids for free.
Sylvester and Abramz?
He clearly put it out on air, that they (duo) are still the wackest emcees that he knows. “I gat relevancy..”confirmed he. Amazingly dedicated an eight year old song to Sylvester and Abramz Straight Spit by Him.
For you who were wondering what happened to hiphop he says “These guys are the reason..”
Whats with Chimey Mc?
Baba was asked about Buka Chimey‘s letter and the story behind it he refferenced and took us back to the Cyno Mc incidence or the time when luganda rappers went toe to toe with english rappers. He says it never happened and “its not heated…we aint giving low champs fame” We are not certain who is saying the truth, wether Babaluku is being honest and we hope the content of Chimey’s letter are legitmate. It was quiet heated in what Chimey wrote.
Listen to Part Two
The industry is dead what are you climbing at!
I always give ’em what to talk about
We are trying to find out more on the issues stated.